“Don’t meditate to fix yourself, to improve yourself, to redeem yourself; rather, do it as an act of love, of deep warm friendship to yourself. In this way there is no longer any need for the subtle aggression of self-improvement, for the endless guilt of not doing enough. It offers the possibility of an end to the ceaseless round of trying so hard that wraps so many people’s lives in a knot. Instead there is now meditation as an act of love. How endlessly delightful and encouraging.” Bob Sharples, Calming The Mind
Join us for a back-to-basics pause and mindfulness meditation on Wednesdays to reset, and get a taster of our 8-Week Mindfulness For Life program.
Intentions and benefits of practicing:
– Steadying ourselves so that we are less vulnerable to emotional upheavels.
– Waking up from mental chatter.
– Befriending ourselves.
Suitable for beginners to advanced practitioners. Held on Zoom.
Free and friendly.
Non-religious (non-faith based).
Please read the footnote below on this page.
If you have any questions about your suitability to join, please do not hesitate to contact the guide, Noelle Lim at noellelimlj(at)gmail(dot)com
Please register according to your time zone.
Malaysia | Singapore | Brunei | Taiwan | HK | China | Philippines 9pm: register here
Jakarta | Thailand | Vietnam 8pm: register here
India 7:30pm: register here
Dubai 5pm: register here
Doha 4pm: register here
Moscow 4pm: register here
“As I reflect, I’m really grateful to you for helping me on my mental health journey. Attending your Wednesday sessions as well as listening to your meditations have helped me deal with negative thoughts and emotions. I liked what you said in the recent Meeting Anxiety meditation that it’s okay to be anxious, and anxiety is not permanent. We are not always anxious. It’s something simple but it helped me to be calm. I also enjoy all of your poetry, particularly the one on Silence.” Participant, Wednesday Pause
There In The Stillness by Show You Love (extract).
There in the stillness, the whisper of angel’s wings
There in the stillness a place for beggars and kings
There in the stillness a fluttering of the soul
There in the stillness someone broken is being made whole
There in the rest a river of life overflows
There in the rest a fruitful garden grows
There in the rest I am anchored and secure
There in the rest is a joy so real and pure